I have heard people say that the SBI PO job pays well, but does not provide a good quality of life. Is it true that the publication is mainly done in rural areas?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Zara Gibson



I have heard people say that the SBI PO job pays well, but does not provide a good quality of life. Is it true that the publication is mainly done in rural areas?

Truth be told, yes, the SBI PO job pays well enough for one person. It's true that for the first few years, the posts will be in semi-urban or rural areas, but at the end of the day, what most people don't realize is the fact that this is where you'll learn the basics and nuances. of the bank. Imagine that you are assigned to a large branch in a large city. Obviously the customer comes in and demands a particular service that they have never heard of. And above all, you need the service quickly because people in the metropolitan area are very busy and do not have much free time.

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Truth be told, yes, the SBI PO job pays well enough for one person. It's true that for the first few years, the posts will be in semi-urban or rural areas, but at the end of the day, what most people don't realize is the fact that this is where you'll learn the basics and nuances. of the bank. Imagine that you are assigned to a large branch in a large city. Obviously the customer comes in and demands a particular service that they have never heard of. And above all, you need the service quickly because people on the subway are very busy and they don't have much free time in a bank. But since you are new to the bank, you take some time to understand the question and then proceed to answer it and do your job. At this time, he is mad at you for your slow work and complains to the manager or does something similar… This type of scenario does not occur in semi-urban or rural branches. Here, if you have a problem, customers wait until you solve it; furthermore, they are more polite than subway customers. Once you learn to drive, you will receive publications in larger cities. And nowadays, POs are generally not published in semi-urban and rural areas after their first couple of years.

The most difficult thing is adapting to the semi-urban / rural environment. Initially I was sent to Basoda, a semi-urban place in Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh. Coming from a level 1 city like Delhi, life in Basoda is a bit difficult to accept. I stayed there for 6 months, I learned a lot about banking and then I was transferred to Indore, a semi-meter city. You too will face such difficulties, but you can be sure that you will definitely learn a lot from each post.

An important fact to keep in mind is that each branch of SBI has an employee who knows certain things about many things that his colleagues and seniors do not know. Often times, you will be the go-to person at the branch in times of crisis. Find that guy and learn from him.

Regarding the payment we consider, SBI pays for your accommodation, for your transportation and also pays for your furniture, depending on your eligibility. All you need is to pay for your food. Add to that your brand image in the marketplace and the toughness level of your entrance exam, it's a pretty good package you have.

Among all POs, SBI POs represent the cream of the crop. It is what many aspirants dream of. The benefits are many and far away

  1. Unlike most PSUs, where promotions beyond Scale II (Manager) are highly dependent on your influence with senior management, in SBI promotions up to Scale VI (DGM) for POs are awarded virtually solely through procedure and format. Only beyond this, influence enters the picture.
  2. Unlike most PSUs where POs are asked to begin sanctioning loans immediately, often without training, OSE POs are very well trained for 2 years before they are allowed to handle loans.
  3. Transfers from many POs from others
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Among all POs, SBI POs represent the cream of the crop. It is what many aspirants dream of. The benefits are many and far away

  1. Unlike most PSUs, where promotions beyond Scale II (Manager) are highly dependent on your influence with senior management, in SBI promotions up to Scale VI (DGM) for POs are awarded virtually solely through procedure and format. Only beyond this, influence enters the picture.
  2. Unlike most PSUs where POs are asked to begin sanctioning loans immediately, often without training, OSE POs are very well trained for 2 years before they are allowed to handle loans.
  3. Transfers from many producer organizations from other PSUs, especially from the south, are to delhi, mumbai, kolkata without guarantee, but in SBI, except for 3 years in a career, all announcements are always within a circle.
  4. SBI only requires 3 years outside the circle and 2 years in a rural branch in a career.

A fellow lawyer and I joined the banks in 1984. He joined SBI as scale I while I rejected SBI's offer because the Central Bank offered me scale II.

We both spent almost all of our careers in the Chennai circle. I spent 29 years in Chennai and 2 years in Madurai and 2 years in Hyderabad. He spent 28 years in Chennai, 1 year in Arani, 1 year in Tindivanam, 3 years in Nagpur.

I retired as Scale IV and he retired as Scale VII (General Manager), four ranks above me with a chauffeured car and many other benefits.

SBI is always the cream

I totally agree with your question. Although I have no personal experience, my best friend is working at SBI as a PO. The job pays well and has good career growth compared to other banks. The only concern is the publishing location and sometimes irrelevant tasks assigned to it.

My friend is always stationed in rural areas in Andhra Pradesh and never worked in metropolitan cities apart from the training period. The rural place where you work has so many uneducated people to deal with, it will be very difficult to manage your work. Some people criticize and abuse you because they can't understand it.

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I totally agree with your question. Although I have no personal experience, my best friend is working at SBI as a PO. The job pays well and has good career growth compared to other banks. The only concern is the publishing location and sometimes irrelevant tasks assigned to it.

My friend is always stationed in rural areas in Andhra Pradesh and never worked in metropolitan cities apart from the training period. The rural place where you work has so many uneducated people to deal with, it will be very difficult to manage your work. Some people criticize and abuse you because they cannot understand the bank's rules and regulations. This can make you feel that this job is not good and is not for you if you have higher dreams.

But if you are stationed in a city or metropolitan city, it will be a good job. I also wanted to mention that it will also give you some irrelevant tasks like opening at least 10 SBI mobile merchant apps with your reference in a week and so on.

Overall, at the end of the day, it's a good job if you feel like all of the above are challenges.

the quality of life is created by oneself, why do you pay so much attention to the opinion of others?

build your own opinion,

work sincerely, very good intention to do better, improve self-confidence,

improve knowledge in the field of your operation, strong determination to be recognized as a valuable employee for good and efficiently handle job responsibilities, this will pay dividends on your carrier

Story of my girlfriend

December 2018: After a year of preparing for the Bank exams, he finally broke SBI. It was quite a joyous period for any graduate, especially after having achieved the highest PSB in India.

January 2019 - Your induction (not mentioning the details so there's no room for guesswork) took place in one of India's metropolitan cities. The induction was great and she was very excited. All the benefits and career growth possibilities were fascinating.

Year One: In the two years of probation, POs are supposed to receive training in areas such as marketing (not sales), SMEs, credit, sales, corporate ban.

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Story of my girlfriend

December 2018: After a year of preparing for the Bank exams, he finally broke SBI. It was quite a joyous period for any graduate, especially after having achieved the highest PSB in India.

January 2019 - Your induction (not mentioning the details so there's no room for guesswork) took place in one of India's metropolitan cities. The induction was great and she was very excited. All the benefits and career growth possibilities were fascinating.

Year One: In the two years of probation, POs are supposed to be trained in areas like marketing (not sales), SMEs, credit, sales, corporate banking, treasury, etc. exam in India, POs would have expected to be able to do a few things and gain a lot of learnings, especially in the first two years. But sadly that is not the case. It does not matter if you are training in credit or SME or in any random department…. all POs have to do is sell outdated POS machines to retail vendors. These were made at a cost of ₹ 2,500 / piece. Now that you post your UPI introduction, everyone, including retail or wholesale providers or individuals, is using UPI to transact.

Next year: it is now destined for a rural branch 50 km from the city. Well, I must say you got a fair deal. (There were people who were randomly kicked, and they were posted, wherever they were posted) That's what we both feel at least. But it was still okay. Rural ads are part of the job description and banking experience. Since he was only 50 km away, he started going to the office from the city itself. His sister was also studying in the city. So they both lived together. Little by little things began to come true ... the honeymoon phase was over. Worse work culture, bad work-life balance, bad boss, worse goals. I am working on a Big 4 position on my MBA. Usually, no matter how good or bad the job is, the behavior of the boss or immediate superior is neither harsh nor rude. Here it is the exact opposite, Managers are eager to get revenge on OPs just to make sure they too suffer like he / she does. All you have to do is reach certain goals during the day. It really amazes me that all SBI is aiming for is selling life insurance, targeting a certain number of home loans or yono records. The goal of registering and not my GF per day is 50 in one day ... that's also in a village where 70% still don't have smartphones and another 30% don't have net banking. All you have to do is reach certain goals during the day. It really amazes me that all SBI is aiming for is selling life insurance, targeting a certain number of home loans or yono records. The goal of registering and not my GF per day is 50 in one day ... that's also in a village where 70% still don't have smartphones and another 30% don't have net banking. All you have to do is reach certain goals during the day. It really amazes me that all SBI is aiming for is selling life insurance, targeting a certain number of home loans or yono records. The goal of registering and not my GF per day is 50 in one day ... that's also in a village where 70% still don't have smartphones and another 30% don't have net banking.

COVID 19: Like a cyclone destroying everything in its path, this virus destroyed many livelihoods. While bankers weren't directly affected, they were supposed to come to the office during the shutdown and the subsequent shutdown (when the numbers actually spiked). Also, even if the situation is bad, employees must come to the branch. Their day begins with rude RM whatsapp messages about how everyone is just working and wasting time. And followed by daily goals. The day ends with everyone pinging the group about their goals and RM showing how disappointed they are and how POs are just a waste of human capital.

I've told him to leave SBI and prepare for another exam ... I just hope he gets out of that hell. One thing that terrifies me is that SBI could turn her into someone like her current manager and RM. Maybe just the SBI stuff ...

The reason for becoming anonymous is because my answer contains certain aspects of my personal life. Well, I joined SBI as a probationary officer in 2015. Beating 22 lakh people in the fierce competition and being in the top 2000 gives you an out-of-the-world experience. feeling. But that's it. By the time you get to the other side of the counter, things are very different. I am going to share my experience and this is going to be too long. But, first of all, you must understand that no organization is good or bad. They are the people who work there. Second, there are some of my lotmates who may have s

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The reason for becoming anonymous is because my answer contains certain aspects of my personal life. Well, I joined SBI as a probation officer in 2015. Beating 22 lakhs of people in the fierce competition and being in the top 2000 gives you an out-of-the-world experience. feeling. But that's it. By the time you get to the other side of the counter, things are very different. I am going to share my experience and this is going to be too long. But, first of all, you must understand that no organization is good or bad. They are the people who work there. Second, there are some of my batchmates who may have seen a completely different SBI depending on the posts.

Nov 30, 2015 ... Yes, this is the day I joined SBI. I was 23 years old and I quit my 6 lpa MNC job to be a part of this. My first position was in a branch of agricultural development. I didn't know anything about banking. Being in a small town, I realized the value of this brand and symbol. He was willing to learn. In 2 months, I learned various aspects of agricultural and gold operations and loans. But one thing I didn't realize is that I became part of the branch's politics. I saw "clerk vs. officer shit," "It's not my job," "I cross-sell and don't do anything else," nasty staff fights. As an audit at the branch was expected soon, I was clearly told that I cannot leave the station for the next 2 months, even on Sundays, since I am an officer and my duty is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But he was happy because he was learning new things and was excited to see this branch audit phase. But this was not the end. The long hours and the part of not leaving the station continued even after the audit.

Finally after 4 months I got my new position. This was an urban city campus branch and the place where I met the best people in my life. My branch manager was one of the best bankers and I am very confident that one day he will be the president. It was a difficult branch with a lot of work, but I still never regret working late in that branch. With a super active mentor who is a field officer, even the heaviest tasks seemed like fun. But this was my only good experience at SBI.

At the end of a year, I was transferred to a branch office in a rural sub-district and I was the passing officer. When I showed up at the branch, BM asked me to wait outside and for the next 4 hours I sat waiting to meet him. He was one of the SBI people who never worked and knew nothing about banking. One of the most corrupt and inefficient. He literally made my life hell. In probationary period POs often get cash keys, albeit against the rule. But this was the branch of the coin chest. Numerous cases of fraud are already taking place. RBI had already imposed certain penalties. All kinds of wrong practices are happening. Even 3 employees were suspended during demonetization. I was not allowed to learn credit. I was forced to do only KYC. I was not allowed to leave the branch on weekends. During this time, my mother was diagnosed with stage 1 cancer. I asked permission and was never penalized. The only option I was left with was to go on casual vacations sometimes, but I still never stopped reporting to BM or posting exits from the HR portal. And everyone was like these days that Po's don't want to work. But the worst was yet to come. For the past few days, I was experiencing chronic pain in my lower back. I thought it might be due to long work hours and ignored it. But soon, I began to have difficulty walking and soon I was not even able to get out of bed on my own. I consulted a doctor and was diagnosed with sacroiliitis and found that my blood was HLA B 27 positive. They suggested bed rest for 2 months. But with the confirmation exam scheduled for next month, I couldn't afford that. I took a 15 day break and reported back to the branch after my examination.

After 3 months my marriage was scheduled. And again after numerous requests and supplicants the license was not sanctioned. This time enraged, I asked my EX BM (now a 5 scale officer) for help. With your help, my BM was forced to sanction the license. My results came in and, after the interview, I became a direct officer of scale 2. I was glad that my sufferings were over. Now was my time to act as a branch manager and I made sure that no one on my staff suffered the same fate as mine. Even being a Scale 2, he was officiating as a Scale 3 branch manager.

Working hours were still long, but I had 3 wonderful young employees and we managed to overcome all obstacles. At that time I was used to "Horrible Bosses". I was asked to go to the branch on weekends to finish the endless backlog and open the ATMs as the ATM protections were removed and no replacement was provided as part of cost reduction. After the audit at the branch, we were one of the only 2 branches in the region that managed to get a score above 800. And we all think that now we can all work to take the branch to new heights, but soon the next day I was moved . to another branch, as a "Safai Karmchari" was needed. They didn't give me a single day of leave in the last year. I couldn't take my mother or wife to the hospital when they needed me. What a good husband and son I am. Soon, due to deteriorating health and back pain, I couldn't work anymore. I was on indefinite medical leave. And this was the moment when the official letters began to arrive with all the legal threats. With all the harassment, the verbal abuse from RM, there is no life, only imbalance and even being married I finally decided to STOP. For the past 6 months I have struggled to get the letter of relief. And now hopefully next week I'll be done with SBI. A month after resigning, I took the MBA exams with limited preparations. I was only able to get a 96th percentile in CAT, but still managed to secure admission to universities like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIMs and IITs hopefully and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. It no longer works. I was on indefinite medical leave. And this was the moment when the official letters began to arrive with all the legal threats. With all the harassment, the verbal abuse from RM, there is no life, only imbalance and even being married I finally decided to STOP. For the past 6 months I have struggled to get the letter of relief. And now hopefully next week I'll be done with SBI. A month after resigning, I took the MBA exams with limited preparations. I was only able to get a 96th percentile in CAT, but I still managed to secure admission to universities like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. It no longer works. I was on indefinite medical leave. And this was the moment when the official letters began to arrive with all the legal threats. With all the harassment, the verbal abuse from RM, there is no life, only imbalance and even being married I finally decided to STOP. For the past 6 months I have struggled to get the letter of relief. And now hopefully next week I'll be done with SBI. A month after resigning, I took the MBA exams with limited preparations. I was only able to get a 96th percentile in CAT, but I still managed to secure admission to universities like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. And this was the moment when the official letters began to arrive with all the legal threats. With all the harassment, the verbal abuse from RM, there is no life, only imbalance and even being married I finally decided to STOP. For the past 6 months I have struggled to get the letter of relief. And now hopefully next week I'll be done with SBI. A month after resigning, I took the MBA exams with limited preparations. I was only able to get a 96th percentile in CAT, but I still managed to secure admission to universities like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. And this was the moment when the official letters began to arrive with all the legal threats. With all the harassment, the verbal abuse from RM, there is no life, only imbalance and even being married I finally decided to STOP. For the past 6 months I have struggled to get the letter of relief. And now hopefully next week I'll be done with SBI. A month after resigning, I took the MBA exams with limited preparations. I was only able to get a 96th percentile in CAT, but I still managed to secure admission to universities like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. For the past 6 months I have struggled to get the letter of relief. And now hopefully next week I'll be done with SBI. A month after resigning, I took the MBA exams with limited preparations. I was only able to get a 96th percentile in CAT but still managed to secure admission to colleges like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. For the past 6 months I have struggled to get the letter of relief. And now hopefully next week I'll be done with SBI. One month after quitting, I took the MBA exams with limited preparations. I was only able to get a 96th percentile in CAT but still managed to secure admission to colleges like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. but still I managed to secure the admission in universities like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIM and IIT with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. but still I managed to secure the admission in universities like NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, MDI, some new IIM and IIT with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay. some new IIMs and IITs with a bit of luck and now I am entering one of the top 10 MBA institutes in India. I guess what ends well is okay.

I am not here to make excuses. But before you call me lubber let me tell you one thing. I am the person who can process 30 loans in one day. When I was asked to do KYC, I made approximately 20 thousand KYC in my 6 month tenure, aside from daily tasks (Yes, this is the real no). I faced 4 core audits in 3 years and managed to pull out a 3 scale coin chest branch on trial (where footprint was greater than 500) as an accountant with only 2 employees when my BM was running away from the branch. I guided many of my lotmates through the entire loan process simply over the phone. I never wanted to leave this place, but then I had to because I had no other option. The lease of the house was never sanctioned. Allocations stopped for many months and it was said that you will get this only when you reduce the NPA (even after reducing 20 lakhs of NPA and the NPA for which you weren't even responsible). HR people are mere puppets and good-for-nothing guys. There is unreasonable cross-selling pressure that often forces you not to sell. People who still think I'm a pessimist and exaggerate things should put themselves in my shoes first. I was once an optimistic person who lost hope. I would have become one of the younger executives, but again, at the cost of what? SBI is a wonderful organization and there are thousands of good employees. But it was my bad luck that I mostly met the bad guys ...... and now facing an article ... "SBI Po vacancies with up to 12 lakhs of CTC ....

When I completed my 1 year career as a branch manager, I would like to try this question.

So, starting with the PO tag. This label will be there for only 2 years. And let me tell you that that is the best part of your career, those 2 years were like the honeymoon period for an officer. Immediately after the 2 years of probation, you will be called an officer, not a PO. So my point here is that a buy order will not remain a buy order forever.

I would like to share my experience here.

I joined as a PO in 2016 with low expectations, because I got this job out of nowhere.

I have a subway post at the beginning, Hyderabad.

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When I completed my 1 year career as a branch manager, I would like to try this question.

So, starting with the PO tag. This label will be there for only 2 years. And let me tell you that that is the best part of your career, those 2 years were like the honeymoon period for an officer. Immediately after the 2 years of probation, you will be called an officer, not a PO. So my point here is that a buy order will not remain a buy order forever.

I would like to share my experience here.

I joined as a PO in 2016 with low expectations, because I got this job out of nowhere.

I have a subway post at the beginning, Hyderabad. Being a local boy as it is my mother's hometown. I know every corner of the city and that's why I started my career with a kick. They put me in the job of doing digital marketing and sourcing in the first 2 months, I did it without any problem. To make digital products, I choose the local undergraduate universities, to name one of the universities, if I remember correctly, it is the kasturba women's undergraduate university. In a single day I made about 560 friend applications. And turned the head of the controllers. All I just did is get 10 active girls to volunteer on behalf of sbi, because we are authorized to do so at the time of demonetization. It is just a presence of mind to seize the opportunity to win the situation. And thanks to this achievement, my CEO was congratulated for giving more than 1,500 friend downloads in a single month.

After this digital marketing, my boss put me in the job of collecting pending AOFs, which is a hectic task. There were about 300 on the list, because it is a 40-year-old branch. All day I usually call clients and have them return the form to me, I used to go visit the client's house, for this purpose I got the car from the branch and the driver. So all set, I did the work and did the pending numbers from 300 to 6.

Then after this assignment I was given a seat to learn general banking, I did the miscellaneous jobs for almost 1 month and then I got my cell training which is the best part of my entire career.

We were a batch of 5 POs, sent for training in different cells, called processing cells that are specialized in processing loans, clearing checks, currency exchange, processing accounts, and obtaining loans.

This period was like college life for us. He used to roam the city on weekdays, splitting work hours from the office and saying that we had been in marketing with obviously zero supply. So we enjoy for 4 months. Meanwhile I completed my JAIIB. And also in this period we received institutional training in SBLC. I visited jabalpur in madhya pradesh and trichy in tamil nadu. Here we were able to meet our batch mates from different states. And the workouts were like unlimited fun and food, but limited knowledge. 😝

I was transferred to another branch, a branch that was only 50 km from my hometown, thus considering it the luckiest post on probation, because my first destination was 400 km from my home.

But in this branch, I was constantly put to work in a fixed position, like helping the field officer, so the daily routine work is making crop loans, women's group loans, and downloadable loans. And the boss in this branch is like you have work to do, you call vishnu, he is there to do any kind of work. And I have to be pleased with that.

So here I used to put my best effort, because I'm in a comfort zone being close to home, so I worked hard and learned about the advancement section in this branch.

9 months completed and 3 more to complete my probation, at this stage they took me out of the branch and gave me the personal loan business job through YONO, which is the PAPL, they put me in this job for almost 9 months and I was congratulated 2 times in that period for keeping our region as the best performer in the entire circle (state) in this segment.

In the meantime, I completed my CAIIB, was promoted to scale2 after parole, and was sent as a branch manager to a one-man officer branch.

Now, in these 2 years of probation, I also appeared for many exams related to my experience, but I did not manage to break.

Now, after assuming the position as branch manager, I have achieved my business goals 150%. Well, there is pressure, but if you know the job and if the task is under your control, you can always perform well.

So, I can say that I am satisfied with my career. Like I said, the PO tag will only be there for 2 years and I enjoyed that tag, always being the best test officer under the boss.

Taking on any task as a challenge is what makes you the best. Focus only on the task. Complete it. Repeat. That's the way he does it.

Now if you want to hear some more satisfying responses from SBI POs, you can listen to the stories of the current and former SBI president. They are also OP early in their careers. Great inspiration.

Occasional leave

  • These are the normal leaves and they are 12 in number for a year.
  • You can take them on a pro-rata basis during your first year of bank service (1 day for every full month).
  • The maximum disco will be 4 days, which means that the maximum you can take 4 leaves in a row excluding weekly holidays and holidays.
  • They cannot be combined with any other type of license.

Privilege license

  • These are specialty sheets and can only be used after completing 11 months of bank service.
  • Like the casual leaves, they are also 12 for a year.
  • When calculating these leaves, all kinds of leaves
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Occasional leave

  • These are the normal leaves and they are 12 in number for a year.
  • You can take them on a pro-rata basis during your first year of bank service (1 day for every full month).
  • The maximum disco will be 4 days, which means that the maximum you can take 4 leaves in a row excluding weekly holidays and holidays.
  • They cannot be combined with any other type of license.

Privilege license

  • These are specialty sheets and can only be used after completing 11 months of bank service.
  • Like the casual leaves, they are also 12 for a year.
  • When calculating these leaves, all available types of leaves are excluded, except occasional holidays.
  • They can be taken only 4 times and that will also apply before taking that leave.

Sick leave

  • You can be granted special paid sick leave for a maximum period of 30 days while you are hospitalized for any serious problem.
  • For other cases, the sick leave will be half salary.
  • Sick leave can also be used without a medical certificate for a maximum period of 10 days in a calendar year.

Maternity / paternity leave

  • The maternity leave facility will be available to a biological mother in cases where the child is born by surrogacy.
  • Effective June 1, 2015, male employees with fewer than two surviving children will be eligible for a 15-day paternity leave during the delivery of their wife.

Ordinary extraordinary leave

  • When all your licenses are exhausted, you will also be eligible for an extraordinary leave for lost wages.
  • In a single section, the maximum duration of the leaves can be 3 months on any occasion.
  • The duration of the entire service can be a maximum of 24 months.
  • The time you are off will not be added to your service for increases and promotions, the date will be postponed.

In most cases, yes.

In the 2014 hires, the majority of candidates secured positions in their respective home states.

But, in 2015, something happened with the recruiting people and they started sending out ads to people who were 1000 km from home. Positions in Chennai, Dindigul, Tumkur and Sangli have been allocated to people from Ganganagar (Rajasthan), Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan), Baddi (Himachal Pradesh), Amritsar (Punjab).

Again, in 2016, people posted in their respective home states.

I am looking forward to what SBI does in 2017.

  1. People from Northeast India and East India rarely move west 85 ° West or
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In most cases, yes.

In the 2014 hires, the majority of candidates secured positions in their respective home states.

But, in 2015, something happened with the recruiting people and they started sending out ads to people who were 1000 km from home. Positions in Chennai, Dindigul, Tumkur and Sangli have been allocated to people from Ganganagar (Rajasthan), Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan), Baddi (Himachal Pradesh), Amritsar (Punjab).

Again, in 2016, people posted in their respective home states.

I am looking forward to what SBI does in 2017.

  1. People from Northeast India and East India rarely move west of 85 ° west of Patna. Why? Because they probably won't be able to "adapt" to the culture of North India.
  2. People from South India rarely get positions above 23 ° North. Why? Because they can't speak Hindi.
  3. Recruits from Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka result in candidates almost always obtaining their home states. I met a guy from Kerala who was fluent in Malayalam and a little bit of English, but didn't understand a single word of Hindi. He was from kottayam and was stationed in Kochi. During a mock session, I met a girl from Chennai who spoke grammatically incorrect English and fluent Tamil. During the mock session, a boy from Haryana spoke to her in chaste Haryanvi. The girl could only look at his face as he went on and on for 3-4 minutes. That scene made me realize the problem he must have been facing while stationed in Coimbatore. The girl had her post in Chennai. Imagine if the girl had been sent to Rajasthan / Haryana.
  4. Most of India speak and understand Hindi comfortably. So the recruiting people think yeh to kahi bhi adjust kar lega ..
  5. This crazy posting habit results in candidates dropping sbi during the trial period.
  6. Senior SBI commanders continually complain about the lack of officers in the SBI. Arre bhai, kisi ko ghar se 500 km, 700 km, 1000 km during the publication of doge, toh woh toh chhodega organization hello!
  7. Now the girls are coming. If you are a girl, rest assured that you will receive a publication near your home. I know a girl who got a post 5 kms from her house. And there are people who get posting 1500 kms from home. And in the rarest cases, even if you get a position in another state, there will be a direct train line from your duty station to your home and the travel time will be no more than 6 to 7 hours.
  8. On the one hand, they claim the right to equality and on the other hand, you go ahead and give these crazy messages.
  9. Some people might argue that posting in different states is an integral part of the job profile, but my question is why are you biased against men?
  10. It's true that posting in another state means you can learn a new culture and maybe a new language too, but what good is a frustrated employee (staying away from their family)? And to increase your profits, you need happy employees, not frustrated.

PS: Go anonymous for obvious reasons.

Well, during the trial period you are required to go through at least 3 different centers for training. In other words, through 3 cities or basically rural or semi-urban centers. Take, for example, my probation. I am a batch PO from 2015 and am currently stationed in Barwaha, about 40 miles from Indore in MP (read Bhopal Circle).

  1. After joining my first branch in Bhopal, I stayed there for 10 months, for cell trainings, etc.
  2. Then I was sent to Manasa, Neemuch for agricultural training. More than 400 km from Bhopal and on the border of Rajasthan for 2 months.
  3. Then for the last year they sent me to Barwaha to pass the branch train
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Well, during the trial period you are required to go through at least 3 different centers for training. In other words, through 3 cities or basically rural or semi-urban centers. Take, for example, my probation. I am a batch PO from 2015 and am currently stationed in Barwaha, about 40 miles from Indore in MP (read Bhopal Circle).

  1. After joining my first branch in Bhopal, I stayed there for 10 months, for cell trainings, etc.
  2. Then I was sent to Manasa, Neemuch for agricultural training. More than 400 km from Bhopal and on the border of Rajasthan for 2 months.
  3. Then for the last year I was sent to Barwaha to pass the branch training. This is a small town. As the branch of passage it has to be Rural or semi-urban.

Basically, as a PO, you have to go through 3 centers. And what happens after parole? The bank follows a transfer policy of 2 to 3 years, that is, if it stays in a particular branch, office or center for 2 to 3 years. Then HR will definitely issue your transfer orders. You may be sent to a new city or town or kept within the same city or town, it depends on HR awareness.

The job is definitely a challenge and the bank will never allow you to settle in any place, branch, center or cell for more than 3 years. As for the female gender, things get a bit easier as HR considers where your parents or husband are staying and provides you with posts close to where they stay. Or stay close to the big cities that are Bhopal, Indore and Raipur in the case of Bhopal Circle.

I hope this helps!!!

Inter-circle transfers at SBI are easily done if your spouse works with the state government of the state to which you want to be transferred. For example, if your spouse is working in the Madhya Pradesh government service (salary paid by the Treasury), then if you are working in the Northeast SBI circle, being transferred to the Bhopal circle is easy. You must provide it in writing with the relevant proof of your spouse's employment and they will try to adjust in a year or so. But keep in mind that even the Bhopal circle has two states under control and if your controller wants to kick it out, it will recommend it for

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Inter-circle transfers at SBI are easily done if your spouse works with the state government of the state to which you want to be transferred. For example, if your spouse is working in the Madhya Pradesh government service (salary paid by the Treasury), then if you are working in the Northeast SBI circle, being transferred to the Bhopal circle is easy. You must provide it in writing with the relevant proof of your spouse's employment and they will try to adjust in a year or so. But keep in mind that even the Bhopal circle has two states under control and if your controller wants to kick you out, he will recommend your transfer somewhere in Chattisgarh. Your choices or your personal life matter very little at State Bank of India.

The same can also apply if your spouse is working in SBI from their circle of choice, but this is tricky and they wouldn't mind packing up your spouse and placing them with you in their current circle. Either way it is possible.

But apart from the spouse's policy, there is the 15-in-a-year policy in which, if you intend to make use of the inter-circle transfer, you must put it in writing and they list your name in their circle that intend to move out. According to the seniority in the list, 15 people from each circle are annually released to the circle of their choice. Most circles have lists with entries over 200, so do the math and you'll know that getting a transfer between circles isn't as easy as talking about it.

Simply put, if your spouse is not an employee of the state government of the state you want to be transferred to the inter-circle transfer is just a mirage.

Yes, SBI PO is good for women and their bright future.

Don't you think Arundhati Bhattacharya is doing well as CMD of SBI and Chanda Kochhar as CMD of ICICI Bank? Don't be surprised, but they both started their career as POs in the same bank and are running their respective banks. Hope you are getting what I am trying to tell you, it may be the future C of any bank in India.

Transfers

After two years of joining and completing your trial period, you will be transferred to any branch that takes into account your preferences and your requirements. Subsequently, the purchase order or manager transfer

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Yes, SBI PO is good for women and their bright future.

Don't you think Arundhati Bhattacharya is doing well as CMD of SBI and Chanda Kochhar as CMD of ICICI Bank? Don't be surprised, but they both started their career as POs in the same bank and are running their respective banks. Hope you are getting what I am trying to tell you, it may be the future C of any bank in India.

Transfers

After two years of joining and completing your trial period, you will be transferred to any branch that takes into account your preferences and your requirements. Thereafter, PO or manager transfers expire every three years and are confirmed by the higher authority and the boss. In general, women have a good chance of reaching the state of origin.

I hope that helps !

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